Trauma surgeons in Kissimmee, Florida

Osceola Regional Medical Center is designated as a Level II Trauma Center by the Florida Department of Health. This means we’re trained and equipped to handle the most critical injuries and emergencies, from falls to car accidents. We stand ready to help in Central Florida.

If you think you may be experiencing a medical emergency, immediately call 911.

Trauma center services

We provide 24/7 in-house coverage by a trauma surgeon, anesthesia staff, surgical services teams and trauma-trained nurses. Our facility is equipped to provide specialized emergency care for patients suffering traumatic injuries.

Our Level II Trauma Center is part of Florida’s first and largest statewide network of trauma centers, developed as an affiliation between the University of South Florida and HCA Healthcare.

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Traumatic conditions we treat

Trauma is a serious injury or shock to the body. It is caused by a physical force, such as an accident or violence. The injury may be complicated by psychiatric, behavioral and social factors.

Causes of trauma may include:

  • Sports/play injuries
  • Car and motorcycle crashes
  • Drowning
  • Falls
  • Gunshot wounds and stabbings
  • Natural disaster
  • Physical assault

We provide lifesaving treatment for traumatic injuries. This may include:

  • Brain and head trauma
  • Chest and abdominal trauma
  • Extremity trauma (leg or arm)
  • Facial trauma
  • Neck trauma
  • Spinal trauma

Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

Trauma care begins with EMS first responders. These teams make split-second, lifesaving decisions when transferring patients to Osceola Regional Medical Center. We work closely with EMS partners all over Central Florida to provide advanced care for critical and traumatic emergencies.

Trauma education and injury prevention

We are dedicated to providing education on a variety of topics related to reducing your risk of injury and how to respond if one occurs. As part of that, our injury prevention coordinator is available to provide presentations. Presentation topics range from senior fall prevention to Stop the Bleed, a nationally recognized bleeding control program.

To learn more about the trauma education and injury prevention resources we offer, please call 407-518-3240.